By JEFF MOSIER / The Dallas Morning News
ARLINGTON–The last time the Dallas Cowboys played a home game in weather hotter than this, it was 2000 and fans were buzzing about the pickle juice Philadelphia Eagles players drank to prevent muscle cramps.
One decade and one $1.2 billion stadium later, Thursday’s 103-degree heat wasn’t a factor for players in the team’s new domed home, now in its second season. At kickoff, it was 97 degrees outside and 72 inside.
The real burden in Arlington was on the tailgaters. (more…)